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Love Field gets stained-glass window saved from old church

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DALLAS (AP) — One of four stained-glass windows salvaged from an old church undergoing demolition will be hung in the ticketing hall at Dallas Love Field Airport.

A statement issued by the City of Dallas says the window is one of four windows salvaged from the Trinity Lutheran Church in Old East Dallas when it was demolished in 2013. The blue and turquoise panels have been restored by Michael Van Enter and are being suspended in four sections in front of ticketing hall windows. City cultural officials say they hope the installation will be complete in two weeks.

The windows are the work of Mexican-born Dallas artist and teacher Octavio Medellin and were installed in the church in 1960.

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